In Jelsa on Hvar, 2 residential buildings with 12 apartments are being built on a land area of 1200 m2.
The settlement is 250 m from the sea and the town center.
In the construction of the building, top quality materials are used and high construction standards are applied.
The buildings will be built on three floors (ground floor, first floor and second floor) with a flat, impermeable roof, and the wall insulation is made of 10 cm stone wool with a ceramic facade.
In the interior, class 1 floor coverings will be used with underfloor heating in the bathrooms, and the room and living room will have an inverter smart air conditioner.
Special attention will be paid to careful horticultural landscaping.
The anticipated completion of construction and handover is 09/2024, so the buyer is given the opportunity to come up with individual design solutions and the details of the interior of the apartment with the technical support of the investor.
The beautiful town of Jelsa is one of the most popular holiday destinations on the island of Hvar in Croatia. It is a particularly charming harbor with a picturesque waterfront and numerous beautiful old Dalmatian stone houses. Winding alleys, squares and landmarks delight visitors, and many cozy restaurants invite you to linger. But beach lovers will also love this area, because here in Jelsa there are some beautiful beaches and coves to discover. Due to its optimal location, the town is a fantastic starting point for exploring the island of Hvar and going on some unforgettable excursions. The whole atmosphere of the port of Jelšan is unique and special. If you are a fan of longer walks, you can walk along the promenade towards the beach towards Vrboska (4 km) or towards Mina beach (1 km). The bays and beautiful beaches around Jelsa are truly incredible. Along the coast you will always find excellent places for swimming and hidden coves lined with a beautiful fragrant pine forest.
Jelsa is a town with a rich history, the old town of Jelsa is mentioned in the Hvar Statute in 1331. Although the exact location and extent of ancient Jelsa are not well understood, the remains of the old protective wall can still be seen on the western side of the Gradina peninsula. Material remains from the Roman period prove the existence of settlements in the area of Jelsa. Several villas have been preserved in the area of Kutac, around Sv. Roka and in the bay of church from Sv. Luke. On the mountainside overlooking Jelsa in the south is the massive Tor fortress, which was a Greek observation post, and is located on an older Illyrian fortress (4th-3rd centuries BC). The location is an ideal defensive position because it overlooks the islands of Hvar and Brač all the way to Šolta and the Makarska coast. If you are a lover of history and ancient architecture, Jelsa is the right place for you.
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